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Authorisation is a means of testing a combatants level of safety, you don't have to be a good fighter to be Authorised you just need to be safe.
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'''Authorisation'' is a means of testing a [[combatant]]s level of safety, you don't have to be a good [[fighter]] to be Authorised you just need to be safe.
  
Authorisation involves a a practical and theoretical component, The Practical component is to asses a combatants safety level not only to themselves but to their opponent as well.
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Authorisation involves a practical and theoretical component, The Practical component is to asses a combatants safety level not only to themselves but to their opponent as well.
  
This may be different in different baronies but generally i believe that the practical part of the authorisations starts off with slow work, where combatants fight at about a quater of the speed, this is to asses techneque, then moves to either three quater or full speed.
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This may be different in different baronies but generally the practical part of the authorisations starts off with slow work, where combatants fight at about a quater of the speed, this is to asses technique, then moves to either three quater or full speed.
  
 
you will have to go through several drills
 
you will have to go through several drills
  
-you on your knees while your opponent stands
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* you on your knees while your opponent stands
-you standing while you oponent kneels
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* you standing while you oponent kneels
-attack and defense drills  
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* attack and defense drills  
    -you attacking your opponent defending and only being able to throw three
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** you attacking your opponent defending and only being able to throw three shots
      shots
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** your opponent attacking and you defending only able to throw three shots
    -your opponent attacking and you defending only able to throw three shots
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* you opponent "monstering" you (Attacking very aggresively and in close) to sse how you react.
-you opponent "monstering" you (Attacking very aggresively and in close) to sse how you react.
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* Then several bout, during one or more of these the [[marshal]] may call "hold" to see that you know what to do (Drop to one knee with you sword above you head and call hold yourself).
-Then several bout, during one or more of these the marshal may call "hold" to see that you know what to do (Drop to one knee with you sword above you head and call hold yourself).
 
  
In the theory section you will need to know such things as the rules of the list, basic armour and weapon standards.
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In the theory section you will need to know such things as the [[rules of the list]], basic [[armour]] and [[weapon]] standards.

Revision as of 01:29, 25 July 2003

'Authorisation is a means of testing a combatants level of safety, you don't have to be a good fighter to be Authorised you just need to be safe.

Authorisation involves a practical and theoretical component, The Practical component is to asses a combatants safety level not only to themselves but to their opponent as well.

This may be different in different baronies but generally the practical part of the authorisations starts off with slow work, where combatants fight at about a quater of the speed, this is to asses technique, then moves to either three quater or full speed.

you will have to go through several drills

  • you on your knees while your opponent stands
  • you standing while you oponent kneels
  • attack and defense drills
    • you attacking your opponent defending and only being able to throw three shots
    • your opponent attacking and you defending only able to throw three shots
  • you opponent "monstering" you (Attacking very aggresively and in close) to sse how you react.
  • Then several bout, during one or more of these the marshal may call "hold" to see that you know what to do (Drop to one knee with you sword above you head and call hold yourself).

In the theory section you will need to know such things as the rules of the list, basic armour and weapon standards.